Omar Bellorin-Marin, MD

Surgical Services Bariatric Surgery General Surgery
VMG - Bariatric Surgery
947 Linwood Avenue
Suite 2W
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
(201) 251-3480
New York Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell Medical College, Cleveland clinic Florida (Research fellowship)
New York Presbyterian Queens, University Hospital of Caracas/Central University of Venezuela
Medical Education
Jose Maria Vargas School of Medicine / Central University of Venezuela
Board Certification
American Board of Surgery
What are some of the specific conditions you treat?

Morbid obesity; metabolic syndrome; gallbladder diseases: gallstones, acute and chronic cholecystitis; gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD); hiatal hernias; paraesphageal hernias; abdominal wall hernias: ventral, incisional, inguinal and umbilical; colon and gastric cancer; surgical diseases of the spleen and bowel obstruction.

What techniques or procedures do you use in your practice? Laparoscopic and Robotic:
-Gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, revisional bariatric surgery
-Paraesophageal hernia repair, nissen fundoplication
-Ventral/Incisional/Umbilical/inguinal hernia repair
-Colon resection
-Gastrectomy for cancer

Laparoscopic appendectomy, diagnostic laparoscopy, diagnostic and interventional endoscopy and esophageal PH monitoring device placement (BRAVO).

Describe some of your professional highlights.

A dedicated surgeon born in Venezuela, Dr. Bellorin-Marin completed his residency at University Hospital of Caracas/Central University of Venezuela and also at New York Presbyterian Queens. He completed his fellowship in advanced GI and minimally invasive surgery, including bariatric, abdominal wall hernias, reflux disease, colon and gastric cancer, at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Bellorin-Marin is an active researcher who has completed numerous peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, and has presented at national and international meetings.

What would you like patients to know about your approach to care?

The best way to treat a patient is to consider him/her as part of my family. Compassion and support are my principal rules. I also believe that a meticulous patient care and team-based approach are the key elements in achieving a personalized plan of care for optimal patient outcomes.

What inspired you to become a doctor?

I wanted to influence people life in a positive way. I believe a doctor has the ability to become a resource of wellness for patients, not only offering certain treatment either medical of surgical for different disease processes but also to become that person you can trust to help you to overcome a problem and always be on your side.

"Dr. Bellorin-Marin couldn't be more professional. He is pleasant and courteous, and has a very good bedside manner."
"I appreciated the way Dr. Bellorin-Marin explained my condition to me and how I was treated overall."
Very impressed by the doctor!
Dr. Bellorin is excellent.